Hello January!

I hope you’re having an awesome January so far. I’m recovering from the flu and using the time to think about my plans and goals for 2020. A new year is perfect for a fresh start. That’s why I’m having a BIG WINTER SALE on ETSY, with 20% discount on almost all items.
This illustration  is from my 2020 wall calendar. I still have some available on Etsy, now also with 20% discount!

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When life gives you lemons..

2019 favourites Mangomini

When life gives you lemons, you better find a good way to use those lemons! Like in your illustrations or in a nice cocktail (or both!) These are some of my 2019 favourites, so far.

Hello February!

mangomini hello february

Can you believe it’s already February?! Me neither, but it really is, so time to turn my calendar to a new page. If you’re quick you can still get one of the very last copies of my 2019 calendar on Etsy.

January Cold

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This is an illustration from my perpetual/birthday calendar that fits very well to the Dutch weather at the moment… it’s so cold…brrrr! (Calendar available on Etsy, here.)

Hello 2019!

2019 mangomini januaryHappy New Year!! I love the new year because it means a fresh start full of new ideas, adventures, plans and goals. In 2019 I want to continue to live a more minimalistic life with less stuff and less waste. I want to stay creative and productive, learn some new skills, travel, read more books and stay healthy.  And I want to enjoy myself while doing all these things of course! What are your plans/ goals for the new year?

November favourites!

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November is almost over, so time for an illustrated recap of what I wore most a.k.a. my November favourites. The last part of this month has been cold, so I’ve been keeping warm in some new (coat) but mostly old favourites.

Scandinavian winter

Scandinavian Winter-Lagom-Mangomini

This week’s illustration for Hello Giggles was inspired by the book Lagom by Linnea Dunne, about the secrets of the Swedish art of balanced living. “Lagom” doesn’t really translate, but means something like “not to0 little, not too much, just right”. I really loved reading this book full of nice tips and recipes, all in Scandinavian style (which I LOVE).

For the full story and where to buy info on Hello Giggles, just click here.